Ariston DN62X AUS Operating instructions

Instructions booklet
BUILT-IN MULTIFUNCTION
DOUBLE OVEN
Contents
Installation, 2-6
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English, 2
Where to put your oven
Electrical connections
Installation instructions
Installation diagrams
For your Safety, 7
Always
Never
Description, 8-9
Features
Temperature Conversion Chart
The Controls
The electronic programmer, 10
DN62X AUS
Using your Ovens, 11-24
Top oven
Main Oven
Care and Cleaning, 25-26
Switching off the electricity
Cleaning the Exterior
Cleaning the Top oven
Cleaning the Main oven
Oven liners
Oven lamp replacement
Cleaning the doors
Troubleshooting, 27
Service, 28
Spare Parts
Disposal of the appliance
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Installation
Please read these instructions fully.
Electrical connections
ENSURE THAT THE OVEN IS INSTALLED BY A
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN FOLLOWING THE
INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.
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Remove the terminal cover at the rear base of the
oven. Pass the cable through the cable clamp and
connect to the appropriate terminals provided.
Allow sufficient cable so that the oven can be set
down on the floor whilst still connected up. Tighten
the screws on the cable clamp and replace the
terminal cover. Make mains connections. This
appliance conforms to EN55014 regarding
suppression of Radio and Television reception
interference. Where a double oven is used a 32
amp double pole control switch should be used to
feed the unit using a suitable rated cable. We
recommend that a minimum of 4mm2 PVC insulated
twin and earth cable conforming to B.S. 6004.
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Where a hob is fitted adjacent to an oven then a 45
amp Double Pole control switch should be used to
feed both units via separate suitably rated cables.
We recommend that a minimum of 4mm2 PVC
insulated twin and earth cable conforming to B.S.
6004.
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Where to put your oven
1. Your oven should not be located adjacent to a gas
hob/heater or eye level grill as flames from the
burners could cause damage to your oven.
2. For your own safety and to get the best results
from your oven it is important to read through this
Handbook before using your oven for the first time
including the “Always” and “Never”.
Electrical Requirements
• For your own safety, we recommend that your cooker
is installed by a competent person - such as one
who is registered with NICEIC (National Inspection
Council for Electrical Installation Contracting). The
cooker should be installed in accordance with the
latest Edition of the IEE Regulations.
WARNINGS
- INCORRECT INSTALLATION COULD AFFECT
THE SAFETY OF THE OVEN.
- THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
- BEFORE CONNECTING OR INSTALLING THE
OVEN THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY MUST BE
SWITCHED OFF.
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THE INSTALLER MUST check that the voltage
shown on the rating plate corresponds with the
house electricity supply.
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The oven must be supplied via a suitable double
pole isolating switch, having a contact separation
of at least 3 mm in all poles placed in a readily
accessible position adjacent to the unit.
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The maximum loading for your oven is 5.3kW.
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If the oven is to be wired into a connector unit this
may be positioned behind the oven provided the
following requirements are met:
i) The connector unit must not project from the wall
more than 25 mm.
ii) The top of the connector must not be more than
350 mm above the base of the oven recess.
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After unpacking the oven stand it on the packing
base in order to avoid damage.
WARNING: CHILDREN SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED
TO PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE OR TAMPER
WITH THE CONTROLS.
To the Installer:
Before installation, fill in the product details on the
back cover of this book.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
To the User:
You must read the instructions prior to installing and
using the appliance and then retain them for future
reference.
! Before operating your new appliance please read
this instruction booklet carefully. It contains
important information concerning the safe operation,
installation and maintenance of the appliance.
* The guarantee is subject to the provisions that
the appliance:
(a) Has been used solely in accordance with the
Users Instruction Book.
(b) Has been properly connected to a suitable
supply voltage as stated on the rating plate
attached to this equipment.
(c) Has not been subjected to misuse or accident
or been modified or repaired by any person
other than the authorised employee or agent.
(d) Has been correctly installed.
! Please keep these operating instructions for future
reference. Pass them on to possible new owners of
the appliance.
Retention of this Instruction Book
This Instruction Book must be kept handy for
reference as it contains important details on the safe
and proper use of the appliance.
If you sell or pass the appliance to someone else, or
move house and leave it behind, make sure this
Book is also provided so the new owner can become
familiar with the appliance and safety warnings.
Your new appliance is guaranteed* and will give
lasting service. This guarantee is only applicable if
the appliance has been installed in accordance with
the installation instructions detailed in this booklet.
To help make best use of your cooking equipment,
please read this booklet carefully.
The appliance is designed specifically for domestic
use and responsibility will not be accepted for use in
any other installation.
When the cooker is first used an odour may be
emitted, this will cease after a period of use
To help remove the 'new' smell, heat up the empty
ovens to maximum temperature for a minimum of
two or three hours, keeping the oven doors closed.
Ensure that the room is well ventilated (e.g. open a
window or use an extractor fan) and that persons
who may be sensitive to the odour avoid any fumes.
It is suggested that any pets be removed from the
room until the smell has ceased.
This odour is due to temporary finish on oven liners
and elements and also any moisture absorbed by
the insulation.
This appliance conforms with the following
European Economic Community directives:
EC of 12/12/06 (Low Voltage) and
- 2006/95/EC
subsequent modifications;
EC of 15/12/04 (Electromagnetic
- 2004/108/EC
Compatibility) and subsequent modifications;
EEC of 29/06/90 (Gas) and subsequent
- 90/396/EEC
modifications (only for models which use gas);
EEC of 22/07/93 and subsequent
- 93/68/EEC
modifications.
EC
- 2002/96/EC
Technical Characteristics
Top Oven
Usable Volume: 35 Litres
ENERGY LABEL - Top Oven
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label of electric ovens
Norm EN 50304
Declared energy consumption for
Natural convection Class
heating mode: Conventional
Main Oven
Usable Volume: 68 Litres
ENERGY LABEL - Main Oven
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label of electric ovens
Norm EN 50304
Declared energy consumption for
Natural convection Class
heating mode: Fan Oven
Voltage and Frequency
230-240V~ 50Hz
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Installation
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Ensure that the electricity supply is turned off
before installing your appliance.
IMPORTANT
DO NOT LIFT OVEN BY THE DOOR HANDLES.
This equipment is designed specifically for
domestic purposes and Hotpoint Limited cannot
accept responsibility if used for any other type of
application.
All electrical installations must be carried out by
a NICEIC registered installer.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
1. General
The appliance is designed for mounting at a safe
level into an open housing which must be
secured to the backing wall.
2. Oven Unit Housing Cabinets
• The oven unit housing cabinet dimensions
must comply with Fig. 4.
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An air gap of 50 mm minimum must be
provided at the rear of any top or bottom
cupboards or shelves. (See Fig. 1).
Ventilation must be unobstructed, ie. From
adjacent cabinetry. This can be done by
either raising the base of the cabinets using
the adjusting feet (or spacers) or alternatively
by providing a slot in the cabinet plinth to the
dimensions shown overleaf.
The air gap at the rear allows the warmed air
to pass out of the inner cabinet space, but
where it is intended to fit cupboards above
the oven unit to ceiling height it is essential
that the warmed air is exhausted through the
front of the cabinet Fig. 1.
If an oven unit is installed adjacent to a tall
cabinet, steam escaping from the oven when
the door is opened could condense on, and
perhaps stain, the adjacent surface. To
prevent permanent staining, the adjacent
surface should be made of a material that is
heat resistant and easy to clean. Adjacent tall
cabinets should not be deeper than the oven
housing cabinet.
IMPORTANT
It is essential that the lower cupboard is constructed
in the manner illustrated. having side, back and roof
panels so joined as to provide no apertures which
could permit access to the oven unit when installed.
3. Final Installation
• Using a spirit level, check that the housing
cabinet is level from side to side and from
front to back in its installed position.
• Correct any unevenness by placing wooden
packing under the bottom of the cabinet.
Make sure that the cabinet rests firmly on the
cabinet floor without rocking.
• Before the oven is fitted, the cabinet must be
firmly secured to the backing wall for stability.
• The oven unit should now be lifted (by 2
adults) into the cabinet and pushed fully
home.
• Finally the oven unit must be secured to the
cabinet by means of the four pozi wash head
screws, two through each side trim.
• REMOVE ALL PACKING MATERIAL FROM
THE GRILL AND OVEN INTERIOR.
List of Loose Items
4 x Pozi Wash Head No. 6 x 15mm screws.
Fitting the guide rails
For the sake of re-fitting the guide-rails of the oven
e.g. after cleaning, begin with the lower holes on the
right side and the upper holes on the left side. Insert
the two pins “H” into the holes provided and fit the
support “A” between the two plugs “G”
G
A
H
G
Installation Diagrams
Fig. 1
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Ventilation Slot required
here if cabinet does not
fit to ceiling - 51mm x 457mm min. area
50 mm
Air Gap
Ventilation Slot
required
here if the cabinet does not
fit to the ceiling
- 51mm x 457mm min.
area
50 mm
Air Gap
Ventilation Slot
required here
- 51mm x 457mm
min. area
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562mm
570mm
ndle
exc. ha
s
b
o
n
k
Viewed down through cabinet
561
mm
Cabinet
882mm
No. 6x25mm screw
(4 supplied)
Fig. 3
870mm
Oven Door
595
mm
mm
550
Fig. 2
562
882mm,
870mm if
cooker trim
is to overlap
top edge
of shelf
mm
Connector
Box
mm
550 *
min
Fig. 4
* excluding pipe work
and other projections
6
4mm2
Cable
To Oven
6mm2
Cable
if hob fitted
4mm2 Cable
to Hob if
if fitted
For your Safety
When used properly your appliance is completely
safe but as with any electrical product there are
certain precautions that must be observed.
PLEASE READ THE PRECAUTIONS BELOW
BEFORE USING YOUR APPLIANCE.
Always
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Always make sure you remove all packaging and
literature from inside the oven and grill
compartments before switching on for the first
time.
Always make sure you understand the controls
prior to using the appliance.
Always keep children away from the appliance
when in use as the surfaces will get extremely hot
during and after cooking.
Always make sure all controls are turned off when
you have finished cooking and when not in use.
Always stand back when opening an oven door to
allow any build up of steam or heat to disperse.
Always use dry, good quality oven gloves when
removing items from the oven/grill.
Always take care to avoid heat/steam burns when
operating the controls.
Always turn off the electricity supply at the wall
switch before cleaning and allow the appliance to
cool.
Always make sure the shelves are in the correct
position before switching on the oven.
Always keep the oven and grill doors closed when
the appliance is not in use.
Always take care when removing utensils from the
top oven when the main oven is in use as the
contents may be hot.
Always keep the appliance clean as a build up of
grease or fat from cooking can cause a fire.
Always follow the basic principles of food handling
and hygiene to prevent the possibility of bacterial
growth.
Always keep ventilation slots clear of obstructions.
Always refer servicing to a qualified appliance
service engineer.
During use the oven becomes hot. Care should be
taken to avoid touching heating elements inside
the oven.
The appliance must be used by adults only for
the preparation of food, in accordance with the
instructions outlined in this booklet. Any other
use of the appliance (e.g. for heating the room)
constitutes improper use and is dangerous. The
manufacturer may not be held liable for any
damage resulting from improper, incorrect and
unreasonable use of the appliance.
SAFETY ADVICE
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IN THE EVENT OF A CHIP PAN OR ANY OTHER
PAN FIRE:
1. TURN OFF THE COOKER APPLIANCE AT THE
WALL SWITCH.
2. COVER THE PAN WITH A FIRE BLANKET OR
DAMP CLOTH, this will smother the flames and
extinguish the fire.
3. LEAVE THE PAN TO COOL FOR AT LEAST 60
MINUTES BEFORE MOVING IT. Injuries are often
caused by picking up a hot pan and rushing
outside with it.
Never
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Never leave children unsupervised where a
cooking appliance is installed as all cooking
surfaces will be hot during and after use.
Never allow anyone to sit or stand on any part of
the appliance.
Never store items above the appliance that
children may attempt to reach.
Never remove the oven shelves whilst the oven is
hot.
Never heat up unopened food containers as
pressure can build up causing the container to
burst.
Never store chemicals, food stuffs or pressurised
containers in or on the appliance, or in cabinets
immediately above or next to the appliance.
Never operate the grill with the door closed as this
will cause the appliance to overheat.
Never use the appliance as a room heater.
Never use the grill to warm plates.
Never dry any items on the oven doors.
Never install the appliance next to curtains or other
soft furnishings.
Never allow children to play with the appliance
controls.
Never use 'steam cleaners'.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
WARNING - Accessible parts may become hot
during use. To avoid burns young children should
be kept away.
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Description
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Features
! Do not touch the glass doors when the oven is in use as these areas can become hot.
Top Oven Temperature Control
Grill Pilot
Top Oven Pilot
Timer
Main Oven Temperature Control
Main Oven Pilot
Grill Control
Multifunction Selector
Grill Element
Model number &
Serial number label
Top Oven / Grill Liner
Oven Light
Grill Pan, Anti-Splash Tray
and Food support
Rod Shelf
Top Oven / Grill Door
Oven Light
Fan Grill Element
Oven Fan
Main Oven Liner
Oven Shelves
Meat pan and
Roasting rack
Rating Plate
Inner Door Glass
Main Oven Door
! NEVER line the shelves, floor or sides of the oven or grill with aluminium foil as overheating and damage may
result.
Temperature Conversion Chart
The chart gives details of comparisons of oven settings for gas, conventional ovens and fan ovens in degrees
°F and °C
Gas Mark
8
Conventional Oven
Fan Oven
°F
°C
°C
½
250
120
100
1
275
140
120
2
300
150
130
3
325
160
140
4
350
180
160
5
375
190
170
6
400
200
180
7
425
220
200
8
450
230
210
9
475
240
220
The Controls
Grill
Pilot
GRILL
Control
Top Oven
Pilot
Timer
Main Oven
Pilot
TOP OVEN
TEMPERATURE Control
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MULTIFUNCTION
Selector
MAIN OVEN
TEMPERATURE Control
! Before using your oven in the ordinary way,
ALWAYS make sure that the timer has been set to
MANUAL operation. Unless this is done, the main
oven cannot heat up. Before seeking assistance,
make sure this is done (see Timer Operation).
In some instances the fan continues after switching
the control off. This is to help keep the control panel
and knobs cool.
! After use always return the controls to their OFF
position "O".
The MAIN OVEN TEMPERATURE control: This is
used in addition to the MULTIFUNCTION
selector,which is used for the functions: fan oven,
fan grill, half grill and full grill and conventional oven.
Turn the control clockwise to set the oven thermostat
to the required temperature.
The MULTIFUNCTION selector is used when
operating the main oven. Many of the functions will
also require you to set the MAIN OVEN
TEMPERATURE before the oven will heat up.
Turn the MULTIFUNCTION selector control knob in
either direction to the required function:
The Main oven pilot light is used to signal that the
temperature is set correctly and the multifunction
selector control is set to a suitable function. This
light will remain on until the oven reaches the
required temperature. It will then cycle on and off as
the thermostat maintains control of the main oven
temperature.
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The TOP OVEN TEMPERATURE control: This is
used to set the required temperature for the top
oven.
The Top oven pilot light is used to signal that the
top oven temperature is selected. This light will
remain on until the oven reaches the required
temperature. It will then cycle on and off as the
thermostat maintains control of the top oven
temperature.
The GRILL control is used to select variable heat
control of FULL grill (both elements on together) or
HALF grill (single left hand grill on only). Turn the
control to the required setting Min (1) - Max (4),
clockwise for FULL grill, anti-clockwise for HALF grill.
The Grill pilot is used to signal that the grill
element has been switched on
The COOLING FAN will blow a gentle flow of air
below the control panel when any control is used.
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Off 'O': with the selector in this position the main
oven will not heat up. The timer will still operate.
'Fan oven': The oven fan and a rear element are
controlled when this function is selected. Use the
main oven temperature control to set the required
temperature.
'Conventional oven': The top and base elements
are controlled when this function is selected. Use
the main oven temperature control to set the
required temperature.
'Half grill': The left hand grill elements are
controlled when this function is selected, only the
left hand side of the grill will be on. Use the main
oven temperature control to set the required
temperature.
! Oven door must be fully open for grilling.
'Full grill': Both grill elements are controlled
when this function is selected, all the grill will be
on. Use the main oven temperature control to set
the required temperature.
! Oven door must be fully open for grilling.
'Fan grill': The oven fan and fan grill element are
controlled when this function is selected. Use the
main oven temperature control to set the required
temperature.
! Oven door must be closed for fan grilling.
'Fan only': The oven fan will operate when this
function is selected.
! The main oven temperature control must be set
to the Off 'O' position.
'Light only': This function switched on the oven
light only.
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The electronic programmer
Programming cooking
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! A cooking mode must be selected before
programming can take place.
DISPLAY
END OF
COOKING icon
DURATION
icon
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DECREASE TIME
button
CLOCK icon
Programming the cooking duration
TIMER icon
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon
and the three digits on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
2. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to set the desired
duration; if you press and hold either button, the
display will scroll through the values more quickly,
making it quicker and easier to set the value.
INCREASE TIME
button
SET TIME
button
! The Top Oven and Main Oven can be controlled by
the automatic timer. When the timer control has been
set for one oven, it is possible to use the other oven
only during the same automatic cooking programme.
! NEVER operate the grill when the ovens are set to
cook automatically because the oven cavity can
become warm and this may cause bacterial growth
in food.
Setting the clock
! The clock may be set when the oven is switched off
or when it is switched on, provided that the end time
of a cooking cycle has not been programmed
previously.
After the appliance has been connected to the mains,
icon and the four numerical
or after a blackout, the
digits on the DISPLAY will begin to flash.
button several times until the
icon
1. Press the
and the four digits on the display begin to flash.
2. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to adjust the time; if you
press and hold either button, the display will scroll
through the values more quickly, making it quicker and
easier to set the desired value.
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
finalise the setting.
button again to
Setting the minute minder
! This function does not interrupt cooking and does not
affect the oven; it is simply used to activate the buzzer
when the set amount of time has elapsed.
button several times until the
icon
1. Press the
and the three digits on the display begin to flash.
2. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to set the desired time;
if you press and hold either button, the display will
scroll through the values more quickly, making it
quicker and easier to set the value.
button again to
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
finalise the setting.
The display will then show the time as it counts down.
When this period of time has elapsed the buzzer will
be activated.
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button again to
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
finalise the setting.
4. When the set time has elapsed, the text END
appears on the DISPLAY, the oven will stop cooking
and a buzzer sounds. Press any button to stop the
buzzer and turn all control knobs to 0 position..
• For example: it is 9:00 a.m. and a time of 1 hour
and 15 minutes is programmed. The programme
will stop automatically at 10:15 a.m.
Setting the end time for a cooking mode
! A cooking duration must be set before the cooking
end time can be scheduled.
1. Follow steps 1 to 3 to set the duration as detailed
above.
button until the
icon and the
2. Next, press the
four digits on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
3. use the “+” and “-” buttons to adjust the cooking
end time; if you press and hold either button, the
display will scroll through the values more quickly,
making it quicker and easier to set the desired value.
button again to
4. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
finalise the setting.
5. When the set time has elapsed, the text END
appears on the DISPLAY, the oven will stop cooking
and a buzzer sounds.Press any button to stop it.
Programming has been set when the
and
buttons
are illuminated. The DISPLAY shows the cooking end
time and the cooking duration alternately.
• For example: It is 9:00 a.m. and a duration of 1
hour has been programmed. 12:30 is scheduled as
the end time. The programme will start
automatically at 11:30 a.m.
Cancelling a programme
To cancel a programme:
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button until the icon corresponding to
press the
the setting you wish to cancel and the digits on the
display are flashing. Press the “-” button until the
digits 00:00 appear on the display.
Press and hold the “+” and “-” buttons; this will
cancel all the settings selected previously,
including timer settings.
Using your Ovens
Top Oven
Grill Procedure
Grilling in the Top Oven
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! Keep young children away from the appliance
when the grill is in use as the surfaces get extremely
hot.
! Grilling should NOT
be undertaken with the
grill/top oven door
closed.
do
or
po grill
siti ing
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The grill control provides variable heat control of the
grill element.
The grill regulator is designed to provide variable
heat control of either the twin grill elements on
together (FULL grill) or the single left-hand grill
element only (HALF grill), depending on which mode
you select:
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To select FULL grill, turn the Grill control to the
right (clockwise) to the required setting.
To select HALF grill, turn the Grill control to the
left (anti-clockwise) to the required setting.
Food which requires browning only should be placed
under the hot grill directly on the shelf in the first or
second runner from the bottom of the oven,
according to the depth of the dish.
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Ensure oven timer is set to Manual.
Pre-heat the grill at setting 4 (MAX) for
approximately 1 minute.
When toasting/grilling, the rod shelf is placed in
either the second or third runner position from
base. The grill pan is placed on the shelf and
pushed back as far as possible to correctly
position it under the grill element.
Leave the control at 4 for toast, and for sealing
and fast cooking of foods. For thicker foods
requiring longer cooking, turn the switch to a
lower setting after the initial sealing on both sides
at 4. The thicker the food, the lower the control
should be set.
Using the grill pan kit
The grill pan handle is detachable from the pan to
facilitate cleaning and storage. Fix the pan handle
securely before use:
1. Fit the handle to the grill pan so that the external
‘hooks’ embrace the edge of the pan (fig. 1)
2. Make sure that the middle part of the handle fits
exactly the protruding support of the pan (fig .2)
and holds the pan from the bottom.
The food must be placed on the rack in the grill pan.
Position the grill pan on top of the oven rack. The
best results are achieved by placing the oven rack
on the uppermost shelves. Pouring a little water into
the grill pan will make the collection of grease
particles more efficient and prevent the formation of
smoke.
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After use, always return the Grill control to the
OFF position.
! Never line the grill pan with aluminium foil.
! Care should be taken when removing the grill pan
during or directly after use.
! The grill must be cleaned after every use. Excess
fat build up in the bottom of the pan could cause a
fire hazard.
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Top Oven - Grill Chart
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Food
Pre-heat
for one
minute:
Shelf position,
from the base of
the oven:
Setting:
Toasting of
Bread Products
Setting
MAX 4
3 or 2
Setting MAX (4)
Small cuts of
meat:
Sausage, Bacon
None
3 or 2
None
Chops, Gammon
steaks etc:
Fish:
Whole
Fillets
Fingers
Pre-cooked
potato products
Pizzas
Browning of
food:
eg. Cauliflower
Cheese
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Approximate
cooking time:
Pan to be used:
3 - 5 minutes
Grill pan and food
support
Setting MAX (4) for 4
minutes then reduce
to lower setting
10 - 15 minutes
Grill pan,
antisplash tray
and food support
2
Setting MAX (4) for 6 8 minutes then reduce
to Setting 2 or 3
25 - 30 minutes
Grill pan,
antisplash tray
and food support
None
None
None
2
3
3
Setting MAX (4)
6 - 8 minutes
Grill pan and food
10 - 15 minutes
support
10 - 15 minutes
None
3 or 2
Setting MED (2)
MAX (4)
10 - 12 minutes
Grill pan and food
support
None
3 or 2
Setting MED (2)
MAX (4)
10 - 12 minutes
Grill pan and food
support
Setting
MAX 4
3 or 2
Setting MAX (4)
5 - 10 minutes
Dish placed
directly on the
shelf
Cooking in the Top Oven
Conventional cooking
! Do not place items (food or utensils) directly onto
the floor of the oven.
The Top Oven can be used to cook small quantities
of food or used in conjunction with the Main Oven to
provide additional cooking space so often
necessary when entertaining.
The oven is designed so that the grill element
operates at a reduced heat output (element will not
glow), combined with a heating element situated
underneath the floor of the oven.
To ensure even cooking of the food it is important
that cooking utensils are positioned correctly on the
oven shelf directly beneath the element.
(As a guide, the front of the utensil should be
approximately 100 mm/4 in from the front of the
shelf.)
There are two cooking positions, with the shelf
placed on either runner 1 or 2 (from the base of the
oven).
There should always be at least 25mm (1 in)
between the top of the food and the grill element.
Cooking Meat and Poultry in the Top Oven
The Top Oven is most useful for the longer slower
cooking required for cheaper cuts of meat casserole cooking, pot roasting, braising etc.
Small joints of meat up to 1.5 kg (3 Ib), or poultry,
up to 3.6 kg (8 Ib) in weight can be roasted in a
small meat pan in the Top Oven, but should
preferably be 'slow roasted' or covered with a lid of
aluminium foil (one or two incisions in the top of the
foil will allow the meat or poultry to brown).
Larger joints of meat, and poultry weighing more
than 3.6 kg (8 Ib), should be roasted in the Main
Oven.
! Do not use the Main Oven meat pan or the grill pan
as a meat pan in the Top Oven as air circulation will
be seriously restricted.
Top Oven as a Warming Compartment for Plates
and Dishes.
Place the plates and dishes on the shelf, which has
been positioned in runner 1 and turn on the Top
Oven temperature control to 100°C for 10 - 15
minutes.
! DO NOT use the grill control.
! Do not use utensils larger than 300mm x 230mm
(12in x 9in). Larger utensils should be used in the
Main oven.
Operation
To heat the oven, turn the Top Oven Temperature
control clockwise, selecting the required temperature
between 100°C (200°F) and 220°C (425°F) as
recommended (see Top Oven Temperature Charts).
The Top Oven pilot light will immediately come on
and remain on until the oven reaches the required
temperature.
The pilot light will then automatically go off and on
during cooking as the thermostat maintains the
correct temperature. If the pilot light does not come
on when the control knob is turned, check that the
oven timer is set to Manual (see 'Timer Operation'.
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Oven Temperature Charts - Meat
Top Oven Cooking
Meat
Pre-heat
Temperature °C
Time (approx.)
Beef/ Lamb
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
35 mins per 450g (1lb) + 35 mins over.
Beef/ Lamb
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
35-40 mins per 450g (1lb)
Pork
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
40 mins per 450g (1lb) + 40 mins over
Pork
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
40 mins per 450g (1lb)
Veal
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
40-45 mins per 450g (1lb) + 40 mins over
Veal
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
40-45 mins per 450g (1lb)
Poultry/Game
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
25-30 mins per 450g (1lb) + 25 mins over
Poultry/Game
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
25-30 mins per 450g (1lb)
Casserole
Cooking
Yes
150
2-2½ hrs
Position in Oven
Runner 1 from
bottom of oven.
If using aluminium foil, never:
1.Allow foil to touch sides of oven. 2.Cover oven interior with foil. 3.Cover shelves with foil.
Fan Oven
Meat
Pre-heat Temperature °C
Time (approx.)
Beef
No
160/180
20-25 mins per 450g (1lb) + 20 mins extra.
Lamb
No
160/180
20-30 mins per 450g (1lb) +25 mins extra.
Pork
No
160/180
25-30 mins per 450g (1lb) +25 mins extra.
Veal
No
160/170
25-30 mins per 450g (1lb) +25 mins extra.
Chicken/Turkey
up to 4kg (8lb)
No
160/180
18-20 mins per 450g (1lb) + 20 mins extra.
Turkey 4 to 5.5kg
(8 to 12lb)
Position in Oven
Runner 1 from
bottom of oven.
13-15 mins per 450g (1lb) at 150/160°C
No
Turkey 4 to 5.5kg
(8 to 12lb)
allow 12 mins per 450g (1lb) at 150°C
Casserole Cooking
No
140-150
1½ - 2 hrs
If using aluminium foil, never:
1.Allow foil to touch sides of oven. 2. Cover oven interior with foil. 3.Cover shelves with foil.
The most accurate method of testing the readiness of joints of meat or whole poultry is to insert a meat
thermometer into the thickest part of a joint, or the thickest part of poultry thighs, during the cooking period.The
meat thermometer will indicate when the required internal temp has been reached.
Beef Rare:
60°C
Lamb: 80°C
Poultry:
90°C
Medium:
70°C
Pork: 90°C
Well Done: 75°C
Veal: 75°C
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Oven Temperature Charts - Baking
Baking
Food
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Top Oven Cooking
Pre-heat
Temp.°C
Time in mins.
Position in Oven
Scones
Yes
210/200
10-15
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Small Cakes
Yes
180/190
20-25
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Victoria Sandwich
Yes
170/180
20-30
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Sponge Sandwich (Fatless)
Yes
180/190
20-25
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Swiss Roll
Yes
200/210
10-15
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Semi-rich Fruit Cake
Yes
150/160
60-75 7 inch
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Rich Fruit Cake
Yes
130/140
Dependent on size
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Shortcrust Pastry
Yes
190/200
Dependent on recipe
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Puff Pastry
Yes
200/210
Dependent on recipe
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
190/200
30-40
Runner 2 from bottom of oven
Individual Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
200/210
20-30
Runner 2 from bottom of oven
Milk Pudding
Yes
130/140
90-120
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Baked Custard
Yes
140/150
40-50
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Bread
Yes
200/210
30-45
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Meringues
Yes
100
150-180
Runner 1 from bottom of oven
Baking
Food
Fan Oven
Pre-heat
Temperature °C
Time (in minutes)
Scones
Yes
210/220
8 - 10
Small Cakes
No
170/180
15 - 20
Victoria Sandwich
No
160/170
20 - 25
Sponge Sandwich (Fatless)
Yes
170/190
15 - 20
Swiss Roll
Yes
180/200
12 - 15
Semi-rich Fruit cakes
No
140/150
75 - 90
Rich Fruit Cakes
No
130/140
Depending on size
Shortcrust Pastry
No
190/200
45 - 50
Puff Pastry
No
190/200
Depending on use
Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
180/190
40 - 50
Individual Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
190/200
20 - 25
Milk Pudding
No
130/140
105 - 135
Baked Custard
No
140/150
40 - 45
Bread
Yes
200/210
45 - 50
Meringues
No
70/90
180 - 240
Note: If soft margarine is used for cake making, temperatures recommended by the manufacturers should
be followed. Temperatures recommended in this chart refer to cakes made with block margarine only.
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Main Oven - Fan Grilling
Fan grilling is a combination of heat from the grill
element and the oven fan circulating the hot air
around the food.
Joints of meat and poultry will be browned as if they
were cooked on a rotisserie or spit but more
economically as the door left closed.
If required, fan grilling can be timed using the Oven
Auto timer.
Follow the timer instructions before selecting fan grill
and the required temperature.
! If Manual fan grilling is required always ensure the
timer is set to Manual.
Temperatures
These will be similar to those used for the more
traditional form of roasting but the guide will give
you an indication of which temperature to set the
Thermostat.
! Remember that because of the way the oven is
heated this is a more economical way of roasting.
General Recommendations
Most types of meat and poultry cooked by this
method will have an all over brownness and
crispness on the outside. The only exceptions are
very lean joints, such as veal, which, because of its
low fat content, is better cooked using conventional
heating.
Operating Instruction
1. Open the oven door.
2. Select the correct shelf position, as stated in the
chart (see Fan Grilling Roasting Chart).
3. Turn the selector switch to the Fan grill position.
4. Turn the oven thermostat control to the required
temperature (see Fan Grilling Roasting Chart).
5. Position the meat pan centrally under the grill
elements.
6. Close the oven door.
7. After use always return both controls to the off
position.
8. If the oven timer was used, reset to manual.
•
As with the fan oven cooking there is no need to
pre-heat the oven - yet another economy feature.
Also you can cook more than one thing at a time
- even up to 4 small chickens.
Meat pan and
roasting rack
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1. Always place the pan on the shelf position
recommended (see Fan Grilling Roasting Chart).
2. There is no need to preheat the oven before
cooking and all fan grilling should be carried out
with the oven door closed, this saves energy.
The cooking temperatures and times are
calculated from a cold oven.
3. After rinsing and drying meat, place on the food
roasting support rack over the pan supplied.
4. Position meat in oven as recommended in the
roasting chart.
5. Fan grilling is ideally suited for cooking all types
of poultry and larger joints of meat (e.g. stuffed,
rolled joints and legs of pork and lamb). Results
will be as if you had cooked the food on a
rotisserie. If you use frozen meat or poultry it
must be completely defrosted before it is
cooked.
6. When cooking a joint always grill it with the fat
side uppermost in order to crisp it. For bigger
joints or where there is little bone, grill at the
lower temperature given in the chart (see Fan
Grilling Roasting Chart) and cook for a longer
time per kg.
7. When cooking any type of poultry, start grilling
the underside uppermost and turn breast
uppermost about a third to halfway through the
cooking period. If cooking stuffed poultry allow
slightly longer cooking time.
Main Oven - Fan Grilling Roasting Chart
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Shelf positions are counted from the base upwards ie: lowest shelf position is 1.
Temp °C
Time
(min/kg)
PORK
Pork Chop - thick
170
25
Dependente on size
Gammon Steaks
160
30
Dependente on size
160-170
150-170
140-150
140-150
140
60-70
60-70
65-75
65-75
70-75
170
25
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0ver 2.5
160-170
160-170
150-160
150-160
150
30-40
35-40
35-45
40-45
45-50
45
45
50
50
50
78-88
90-110
120-140
150-170
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Season. Grill on shelf
position 3. Turn over after 15
mins. Score fat. Season with
pepper and rosemary. If you
prefer the lamb pink choose
the shorter time Grill on shelf
position 1.
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
over 2.5
170-180
170-180
160-170
160-170
160
40-50
40-50
40-50
45-50
45-50
20
20
20
30
40
60-70
80-90
100-110
140-150
-
Season. If joint preferred rare
grill for the shorter time. If
preferred well done grill for
the longer time. Grill on shelf
position 1.
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
over 2.5
less than
1kg each
180
180
170
170
160-170
180
30
30
35
35
40
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
60
75
100
115
60
Season and brush over with
melted butter to give nicely
browned skin. Grill on shelf
position 1. Shelf 1.
DUCK
1.5
2.0
2.5
180
180
180
30
30
35
30
30
30
75
90
115-130
Dry thoroughly and lightly
salt. Grill on shelf position 1.
GOOSE
up to 4
4-5
170-190
160-170
40
45
40
40
-
Can be stuffed. Grill on shelf
position 1
TURKEY
up to 5
6 -8
170
150
-
-
150-165
165-175
Season and brush over with
melted butter to give nicely
browned skin. Grill on shelf
position 1.
Any
Any
Any
170-180
170-180
170-180
30-50
40-50
40-50
-
-
Well hung meat will require
less cooking time. grill on
position 1.
Beefburgers
450g(lb)
170
Sausages
450g(lb)
170
Bacon
450g(lb)
170
25mins per
450g (lb)
25mins per
450g (lb)
25mins per
450g (lb)
Type of Meat or Poultry
Pork - any type of joint
Weight
kg
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
over 2.5
LAMB
Lamb chop - thick
Lamb - any type of joint
BEEF
Beef - joints which have
an outside layer of fat
eg. Rib, Rolled, Sirloin
CHICKEN
Chicken joints
GAME
Grouse
Partridge
Pheasant
Mixed Grill
170
Plus Extra
Time (mins)
45
45
50
50
50
Total Cooking Time
(mins)
105-120
130-150
180-230
220-240
-
Dependent on size
30
Tips
Season. Grill on shelf
position 3. Turn over after 15
mins. Grill on shelf position 3
Turn after 15 mins. Score fat
with sharp knife and rub on
salt. Pork should always be
thoroughly cooked. So
overcook rather than
undercook. Grill on shelf
position 1.
Shelf 3.
Shelf 3.
Prick sausages before
cooking.
Shelf 3.
Roll up bacon before
cooking. 4 pieces of steak,
sausages, chops, bacon,
tomatoes & mushrooms.
Cook sausages, chops,
bacon for 10 mins. add steak,
cook for further 20 mins.
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Cooking in the Main oven - Fan only
Operation
! Do not turn the oven thermostat control on.
! Do not defrost meat or poultry by warming the food
through.
1. Ensure the Oven Timer is set to manual.
2. Position the rod shelf as recommended (see Main
Oven Temperature Charts).
3. Position food centrally under grill element.
4. Turn the selector switch to the 'conventional oven'
position.
5. Turn the oven thermostat control to the required
temperature setting (see Main Oven Temperature
Charts). The oven indicator light will come on and
will remain on until the oven reaches the set
temperature. The oven indicator light will then
automatically cycle on and off during cooking as
the oven temperature is controlled.
6. After use always return both controls to the Off
position and close the oven door.
The main oven has a fan only position which can be
used to assist defrosting by circulating unheated air
around the food. Time to defrost will depend on the
type and size of the food and the room temperature.
Time to defrost will depend on type and size of the
food and the room temperature.
Operation
1. Turn the selector switch to the ‘fan only’ position.
2. After use always return the control to the Off
position and close the oven door.
Foods ideally suited for fan defrosting (without heat)
are those which are normally served cold, e.g.
cream/cream cakes, butter cream filled cakes,
gateaux, cheese cakes, iced cakes, quiches,
pastries, biscuits, bread croissants, fruit and many
delicate frozen foods.
If fish, meat and poultry are to be "fan only"
defrosted then where possible the items should be
thin e.g. fish fillets, peeled shrimp, cubed or ground
meat, sliced meat, thin chops, steaks or liver.
The items should be placed so the maximum
amount of surface area is exposed to the circulating
air and turned regularly to ensure even defrosting.
Fan defrosting without heating is only suitable for
meat and poultry joints up to a maximum weight of
1.8kg (4 lb).
It is important to wash both roast and cooking
utensils before cooking immediately after
defrosting.
It is vitally important to strictly adhere to the
basic principles of food handling and hygiene to
prevent the possibility of bacterial growth.
Main Oven - Conventional Oven
The oven is heated by elements at the top of the
oven and underneath the floor of the oven.
! Never line the shelves, floor or the sides of the
oven with aluminium foil as overheating and damage
may result.
! Food should not be placed on the floor of the oven.
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Main Oven - Fan Oven
The oven is heated by elements at the rear of the
oven.
A fan at the rear of the oven operates to circulate
heated air within the oven.
! NEVER line the shelves, floor or the sides of the
oven with aluminium foil as overheating and damage
may result.
Operation
1. Ensure the Oven Timer is set to manual.
2. Turn the selector switch to the 'fan oven' position.
3. Turn the oven thermostat control to the required
temperature setting (see Main Oven Temperature
Charts). The oven indicator light will come on and
will remain on until the oven reaches the set
temperature.
The oven indicator light will then automatically
cycle on and off during cooking as the oven
temperature is controlled.
4. After use always return both controls to the Off
position and close the oven door.
Main Oven - Fan Oven Cookery Notes
Since a fan oven heats up more quickly, and
generally cooks food at a lower temperature than a
conventional oven, pre-heating the oven is often
unnecessary. However, foods such as bread,
scones, Yorkshire pudding, do benefit from being
placed in a pre-heated oven.
The charts are a guide only, giving approximate
cooking temperatures and times. To suit personal
taste and requirements, it may be necessary to
increase or decrease temperatures by 10°C.
Because the fan oven cooks so efficiently, we
recommend that when cooking any recipes not
designed for a fan oven, you reduce the temperature
by about 25°C and the time by about 10 minutes in
the hour. If large quantities are being cooked it will
be necessary to increase the cooking time
somewhat to compensate for the extra oven load.
Unless otherwise indicated in the charts, food is
placed in a cold oven, i.e. without preheating.
If food is placed in an already hot oven, the
suggested cooking time should be reduced,
depending on the type and quantity of food being
cooked.
It should be noted that at the end of a cooking
period there may be a momentary puff of steam
when the oven door is opened, this will disperse in a
few seconds and is a perfectly normal characteristic
of an oven with a good door seal.
Oven Positions
Since the distribution of heat in the fan oven is very
even, most foods will cook satisfactorily on any shelf
position, but the shelves should be evenly spaced:
To ensure even circulation do not use meat pans
larger than 390x300mm (15ins x 12ins) and baking
trays no larger than 330 x 255mm (13ins x 10ins),
these should be positioned centrally on the oven
shelf.
To prepare meat and poultry for Roasting in your
Fan Oven
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•
•
•
•
•
! Do not fit shelves upside down.
! Never use more than 3 shelves in the oven as air
circulation will be restricted.
! Food or cooking utensils should not be placed on
the floor of the oven.
To avoid unnecessary cleaning, rod shelves which
are not in use should be removed from the oven.
Main Oven - Fan Oven Cookery Notes
Temperature and Time
The oven is provided with two shelves. A third is
available as an optional extra, contact Genuine Parts
and Accessories Hotline (see back page) for further
information.
If three shelves are used to cook large quantities of
food for home freezing or parties, it may be
necessary to increase the cooking times given in the
charts by a few minutes, to allow for the loss of heat
due to the extra time taken to load the oven, and the
larger mass of food.
Baking trays should allow an equal gap on all sides
of the oven.
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•
Wipe the meat or poultry, dry well and weigh it.
Meat which has for been stored in a refrigerator
should be allowed to come to room temperature
before cooking, and frozen meat or poultry must
be completely defrosted before placing in the
oven.
The weight of any stuffing used should be added
before calculating the cooking time.
Place meat/poultry in the main oven meat pan
supplied with your cooker. Small joints weighing
less than 1.75kg (31/2 lbs) should be roasted in
a smaller meat pan/tin - or they may be 'pot
roasted' - a small joint or a large meat pan
causes unnecessary oven splashing and
evaporation of meat juices.
Additional fat should not be added, except for
veal, very lean meat or poultry which can either
be 'larded' with fat bacon or brushed very
sparingly with cooking oil or melted fat.
Beef, lamb, mutton and poultry may be dusted
lightly with seasoned flour to give a crisp outer
surface. The skin of duck and goose should be
pricked to release excess fat during cooking,
and the rind of pork should be scored, brushed
lightly with oil, and rubbed with salt to give crisp
crackling.
Meat and poultry wrapped in, or covered with a
tent of aluminium foil will be juicy and tender.
Roasting bags offer the same advantages.
Always follow the manufacturer's pack
instructions, and remember to reduce the
temperatures given for conventional ovens by
approximately 25°C and the time by
approximately 10 minutes per hour.
Potatoes for roasting only require to be brushed
with cooking oil or melted fat.
It is not necessary to baste when roasting in an
electric oven and stock or liquid should not be
added to the meat pan since this only causes
unnecessary soiling, steam and condensation.
Frozen Meat and Poultry
! Joints of meat and whole birds should be
defrosted slowly, preferably in a domestic
refrigerator (allowing 5-6 hours per 450g,1 lb), or at
room temperature (allowing 2-3 hours per 450g, 1
lb).
! Frozen meat or poultry must be completely
defrosted before placing in the oven.
! It is essential to wash thoroughly and cook meat
and poultry immediately after defrosting.
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Main Oven Temperature Chart - MEAT
Conventionl Oven
Meat
Pre-heat
Temperature °C
Time (approx.)
Beef/ Lamb
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
35 mins per 450g (1lb) + 35 mins over.
Beef/ Lamb
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
35-45 mins per 450g (1lb)
Pork
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
40 mins per 450g (1lb) + 40 mins over
Pork
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
40 mins per 450g (1lb)
Veal
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
40-45 mins per 450g (1lb) + 40 mins over
Veal
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
40-45 mins per 450g (1lb)
Poultry/Game
(slow roasting)
Yes
170/180
25-30 mins per 450g (1lb) + 25 mins over
Poultry/Game
(foil covered)
Yes
190/200
25-30 mins per 450g (1lb)
Casserole
Cooking
Yes
150
2-2½ hrs
Position in Oven
Runner 3 from
bottom of oven.
If using aluminium foil, never:
1.Allow foil to touch sides of oven. 2.Cover oven interior with foil. 3.Cover shelves with foil.
Fan Oven
Meat
Pre-heat
Temperature °C
Time (approx.)
Beef
No
160/180
20-25 mins per 450g (1lb) +25 mins extra
Lamb
No
160/180
25 mins per 450g (1lb) +25 mins extra
Pork
No
160/180
25 mins per 450g (1lb) +25 mins extra
Veal
No
160/170
25-30 mins per 450g (1lb) +25 mins extra
Chicken / Turkey
up to 4kg (8lb)
No
160/180
18-20 mins per 450g (1lb) +20 mins over
Turkey 4kg to
5.5kg (8 to 12lb)
over 5.5kg
(12lb)
Casserole
Stews
Runner 3 from
bottom of oven.
12-14 mins per 450g (1lb) at 150/160°C allows 12
mins extra for every 450g (1lb) over 5.5kg (12lb)
allow 10 mins per 450g (1lb) at 150°C
No
No
Position in Oven
140-150
1½ - 2 hrs
If using aluminium foil, never:
1.Allow foil to touch sides of oven. 2.Cover oven interior with foil. 3.Cover shelves with foil.
The most accurate method of testing the readiness of joints of meat or whole poultry is to insert a meat
thermometer into the thickest part of a joint, or the thickest part of poultry thighs, during the cooking period.The
meat thermometer will indicate when the required internal temp has been reached.
Beef Rare:
60°C
Lamb: 80°C
Poultry:
90°C
Medium:
70°C
Pork: 90°C
Well Done: 75°C
Veal: 75°C
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Main Oven Temperature Chart - BAKING
Baking
Food
GB
Conventional Oven
Pre-heat
Temperature °C
Time in mins.
Shelf Position
Scones
Yes
220/230
10-15
2nd from bottom
Small Cakes
Yes
180/190
15-25
3nd from bottom
Victoria Sandwich
Yes
160/170
20-30
3nd from bottom
Sponge Sandwich (fatless)
Yes
170/180
15-20
3nd from bottom
Swiss Roll
Yes
190/200
8-12
3nd from bottom
Semi-rich Fruit cakes
Yes
150/160
1¼ hrs. 7"
2nd from bottom
Rich Fruit Cakes
Yes
130/140
Depending on size
2nd from bottom
Shortcrust Pastry
Yes
180/190
Depending on size
2nd or 3rd from bottom
Puff Pastry
Yes
190/200
Depending on size
2nd or 3rd from bottom
Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
190/200
40-45
3nd from bottom
Individual Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
200/210
20-30
3nd from bottom
Milk Pudding
Yes
140/150
1¼ - 2 hrs.
2nd from bottom
Baked Custard
Yes
130/140
40-50
3nd from bottom
Bread
Yes
190/200
25-35
3nd from bottom
Meringues
Yes
80/90
3 - 3½ hrs.
3nd from bottom
Baking
Fan Oven
Food
Pre-heat
Temperature °C
Time (in minutes)
Scones
Yes
210/220
8 - 10
Small Cakes
No
170/180
15 - 20
Victoria Sandwich
No
160/170
20 - 25
Sponge Sandwich (Fatless)
Yes
170/190
15 - 20
Swiss Roll
Yes
180/200
12 - 15
Semi-rich Fruit cakes
No
140/150
75 - 90
Rich Fruit Cakes
No
130/140
Depending on size
Shortcrust Pastry
No
190/200
45 - 50
Puff Pastry
No
190/200
Depending on use
Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
180/190
40 - 50
Individual Yorkshire Pudding
Yes
190/200
20 - 25
Milk Pudding
No
130/140
105 - 135
Baked Custard
No
140/150
40 - 45
Bread
Yes
200/210
45 - 50
Meringues
No
70/90
180 - 240
Note: If soft tub margarine is used for cake making, we would recommend using the all in one method and to
reduce the temperature by 10°C.
Temperatures recommended in this chart refer to cakes made with block margarine or butter only.
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Main Oven - Circulaire Roasting
Operation
Food is placed on the roasting rack, this allows the
oven fan to circulate the hot air around the food,
making it suitable for thin foods, such as chops,
steaks, sausages as well as meat joints and poultry,
as it will cook both sides at the same time. it is
possible to cook on any shelf position, as the
temperature in the oven is evenly distributed. Also,
the oven heats up more quickly and generally will
cook food at a lower temperature than a conventional
oven, so pre-heating is not necessary for most
foods.
For a guide on "cooking times" and "cooking
temperatures" see "Circulaire Roasting Chart", below.
If required, circulaire roasting can be timed using
the Oven Timer. Follow the timer instructions before
selecting Fan Oven function and the required
temperature.
1. Ensure the Oven Timer is set to manual. Ensure
that the oven shelf is in the position you require.
Place the food centrally on the roasting rack.
Position the roasting rack on top of the grill/meat
pan. Place the grill/meat pan centrally on the
oven shelf. Ensure the oven door is fully closed.
2. Turn the control knob (B) clockwise to the 'fan
oven' function. Turn the control knob (A)
clockwise to the required cooking temperature
(see Circulaire Roasting Chart below). The oven
pilot light ( ) will come on and will remain on until
the oven reaches the set temperature. The oven
indicator light will then automatically cycle on and
off during cooking as the oven thermostat
maintains the correct temperature.
3. After use always return both controls (A) and (B)
to the Off position (O).
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! It is also possible to cook food on the roasting
rack on one shelf, while cooking different types
of food at the same temperature, on other shelf
positions (three shelves maximum).
! At the end of a cooking period there may be a
momentary puff of steam when the door is
opened. This will disperse in a few seconds and
is a perfectly normal characteristic of an oven
with a good door seal.
Main Oven - Circulaire Roasting Chart
Type of Meat & Poultry
Temperature
°C
Time (approximate)
BEEF
Beef - any type of joint
160/180
20-25 minutes per 450g (1lb)
+ 20 minutes extra
PORK
Pork - any type of joint
160/180
25 minutes per 450g (1lb) + 25 minutes extra
Pork - Chops
LAMB
Lamb - any type of joint
Lamb - Chops
CHICKEN/TURKEY
up to 4kg (8lb)
170
160/180
170
160/180
30-45 minutes
25 minutes per 450g (1lb) + 25 minutes extra
PLACE FOOD ON
ROASTING RACK, THEN
POSITION ABOVE THE
MEAT PAN.
20-30 minutes
18-20 minutes per 450g (1lb)
+ 20 minutes extra
STEAKS
170
30-45 minutes
GAMMON STEAKS
170
30-45 minutes
SAUSAGES
170
30-45 minutes
Note: This chart is only a guideline. The times and temperatures may be increased or decreased depending on
personal taste.
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The Slow Cook Setting
Points to bear in mind when preparing food...
Your Multifunction oven has a 'slow cooking' facility.
This is used for slow cooking, keeping food warm
and warming plates for short periods.
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The oven stays cleaner because there is less
splashing.
Timing of food is not critical, so there is less fear
of overcooking.
Fully loading the oven can be very economical.
Cooking times can be extended in some cases,
by up to 2 hours, for late comers.
It is important to follow the guidelines given for
preparing food using the 'Slow' setting.
Slow cooking can only be used with the selector
switch set to fan oven position and the oven
temperature control to temperature setting 'S'.
Operation
1. Ensure Oven Timer is set to Manual.
2. Turn the selector switch to the ‘fan oven’ position.
3. Turn the oven thermostat control to temperature
setting ‘S’. The oven indicator light will come on
and will remain on until the oven reaches the set
temperature.
The oven indicator light will then automatically
cycle on and off during cooking as the oven
temperature is controlled.
4. After use always return both controls to the Off
position and close the oven door.
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Make sure all dishes will fit into the oven before
preparing the food.
All dishes cooked by the Slow Cook setting
should be cooked for a minimum of 6 hours. They
will 'hold' at this setting for a further hour but
marked deterioration in appearance will be
noticed in some cases.
Joints of meat and poultry should be cooked at
fan oven 170°C for 30 mins before turning to the
Slow Cook setting.
Meat over 2.7 Kg. (6 lbs) and poultry over 2 Kg.
(4 lbs 8oz) are unsuitable for the Slow Cook
setting.
Always stand covered joints on a rack over the
meat tin, to allow good air circulation.
Pork joints can only be cooked, if an internal
temperature of at least 88°C is reached. This can
be tested using a meat thermometer.
This method is unsuitable for stuffed meat and
poultry.
Always bring soups, casseroles and liquids to
the boil before putting in the oven.
When casseroles are used, cover the food first
with foil and then the lid to prevent loss of
moisture.
Always thaw frozen food completely before
cooking.
Root vegetables will cook better if cut into small
even sized pieces.
Always adjust the seasoning and thickenings at
the end of the cooking time.
Egg and fish dishes need only 1-5 hours cooking
and should be observed from time to time.
Dried red kidney beans must be boiled for a
minimum of ten minutes after soaking, before
inclusion in any dish.
Storage and Re-heating of Food
1. If food is to be frozen or not served immediately,
cool it in a clean container as quickly as
possible.
2. Thaw frozen food completely in the refrigerator
before reheating.
3. Re-heat food thoroughly and quickly either on the
hotplate or in the fan oven, 170°C and then serve
immediately.
! Only re-heat food once.
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Main Oven Grilling
Grilling Procedure:
! DO NOT allow young children near the appliance
when the grill is in use as the surfaces can get
extremely hot.
! Do Not line the grill pan with aluminium foil.
! Ensure that the grill pan is cleaned after every use.
Excess fat build-up in the bottom of the pan could
cause a fire hazard.
1. Open the oven door and position the rod shelf as
recommended for the food being cooked (see
Grill chart below).
2. Turn the multifunction selector switch to 'Half
Grill' or 'Full Grill' and then turn the Main oven
temperature control to the required setting. - Preheat for approximately 5 minutes.
3. Position the grill pan centrally under the grill
element and push back as far as the location
stops and the rod shelf.
4. Leave the oven thermostat at setting 230°C for
toast and for fast cooking of foods. For thicker
foods requiring longer cooking turn the
thermostat to a lower setting, after initially sealing
on both sides at 230°C. The thicker the food, the
lower the thermostat should be set.
5. After use always return both controls to their Off
position (O).
! Grilling should never be
undertaken with the door
closed.
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Grill Chart
Shelf Position
from base of oven
Setting Required Temp °C
Cooking Time
6
230
2-5 mins
5 or 6
230 for 4- 6 mins then reduce to
setting 170
10-20 mins
Chips, gammon steaks etc.
5
230 for 4- 6 mins then reduce to
setting 170
20-30 mins
Fish:
Whole / Fillets
Fingers
5
6
170
230
15-20 mins
10-15 mins
Pizza's
5
170
10-15 mins
Browning of food
5
230
5-10 mins
Food
Toasting of bread products
Small cuts of meat,
sausages, bacon etc.
Note: This chart is only a guideline. The times and temperatures may be increased or decreased depending on
personal taste.
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Care and Cleaning
Switching off the electricity
Cleaning the main oven
Warning: Before cleaning, please ensure that the
electricity supply to the appliance is switched off
and the appliance is fully cold.
! Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
Remove the rod shelves and meat pan. Use a fine
steel wool soap pad to remove stubborn stains from
the rod shelves, meat pan and the floor of the oven.
Refer to the instructions below for cleaning the oven
liners.
Cleaning the Exterior
! Do not use aerosol cleaners on this oven as they
could adversely affect the fan motor unit, and cannot
be wiped off the fan blade.
! Clean the glass part of the oven door using a sponge
and a non-abrasive cleaning product, then dry
thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use rough abrasive
material or sharp metal scrapers as these could
scratch the surface and cause the glass to crack.
! The accessories can be washed like averyday
crockery (even in your dishwasher).
TURN OFF THE MAIN SWITCH BEFORE
CLEANING.
Before switching on again, ensure that all controls
are in the OFF position.
Cleaning the Exterior
The outside of both ovens can be cleaned, when
cooled down, using a cloth which has been rinsed in
warm soapy water. The oven can then be wiped
down with a clean dry cloth.
! Never use an abrasive powder as this will damage
the surface.
Decorative Trims
It is advisable to clean the decorative trims regularly
to prevent any build up of soiling which may detract
from the appearance of the Cooker. The
recommended method of cleaning is to wipe over
the trims with a soft cloth wrung out in warm water,
or mild non-abrasive cleaner. (If in doubt try the
cleaner on a small area of trim which is not
noticeable in normal use), then after wiping with a
cloth wrung out in clear water, dry with a soft clean
cloth.
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How the oven liners work
The surfaces of the oven liners are treated on the
surface with a special vitreous enamel which
absorbs cooking soils. At temperatures of 220°C
(425°F) or above, the special surface enables these
soils to be slowly destroyed.
The higher the temperature, the more effective it is.
In most cases normal cooking operations at this
temperature will permit this cleaning operation to
proceed during cooking.
However if higher cooking temperatures are not used
regularly, it may be necessary, in order to prevent
heavy soiling, to run the oven without meat pan, at
maximum setting for a couple of hours in Fan Oven
mode ONLY. This may be necessary once a month
or every two or three months depending on the type
and amount of oven cooking.
It should not normally be necessary to clean the
oven liners with water. If the user feels it is desirable
to do so, wash them down in warm, soapy water
then rinse with clear water.
Replacement oven liners are available should you
require them, from your nearest Service Centre (see
Service).
! Do not use biological/ enzyme washing powder,
harsh abrasives or oven chemical cleaners of any
kind.
Door & control panel trims
Regularly wipe with a clean damp cloth and polish
with a clean dry cloth.
Cleaning the top oven
Use a fine steel wool soap pad to remove stubborn
stains from the rod shelves, grill pan and floor and
roof of the oven.
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Care and Cleaning
Replacement of Oven Lamp
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! WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched
off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility
of electric shock.
DROP DOWN DOORS
Remove the door inner glass as follows.
The oven lamp is not covered by the guarantee. This
part is easy to replace:
1. Open the oven door and remove the rod shelves.
2. Grip the light glass dome, unscrew anticlockwise and lift out.
3. Reach into the aperture with fingers and unscrew
the faulty lamp anti-clockwise. Fit a replacement
lamp (15W 300°C SES) which can be obtained
from your nearest Service Centre (see Service),
and refit dome.
Remove screws from both side of door
! When screwing and unscrewing the faulty lamp use
a thick cloth to protect your fingers should the lamp
break.
Switching off the electricity
! Turn off the mains switch before cleaning it and
during all maintenance operations.
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Gently ease the top trim away from door
Before switching on again, ensure that all
controls are in the OFF position.
CLEANING THE DOORS
Take particular care not to damage the inner
surface of the door inner glass that is coated with
a heat reflective layer. Do not use scouring pads,
or abrasive powder, which will scratch the glass.
Ensure that the glass panel is not subjected to
any sharp mechanical blows.
Stubborn stains can be removed by using a fine
steel wool soap pad. For slight soiling the inner
glass panel may be cleaned, while still warm,
without removing it from the door. After cleaning,
rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
Gently ease glass upwards and remove from door
NEVER OPERATE THE COOKER WITHOUT THE
INNER DOOR GLASS IN POSITION.
Refit the door inner glass as follows.
1. Open the door fully.
2. Locate the inner door glass into its slots. The
inner door glass has a special reflective coating
on one side, in order to minimise surface
temperatures and energy consumption during
use, it is important it is fitted correctly.
3. Carefully slide the glass into its slots as far as it
will go and replace the top filler cap.
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Troubleshooting
One day your appliance seems not to be working. Before you call your Service Centre (see Service), go through
the following troubleshooting suggestions: THERE MAY BE NOTHING WRONG.
Problem:
Possible causes / Solution:
Nothing works.
 If the Timer display is blank, it is likely that there is no electricity supply to the
oven. Check:
- That the main cooker wall switch is switched on.
- Other appliances, to see if you have had a power cut.
- The main circuit breaker for the property.
Slight odour or small amount of
smoke when grill/ovens used for
first time.
 This is normal and should cease after a short period.
Timer display shows 'O:OO' with
'Auto' flashing.
 The power supply to the oven has been interrupted, but has now come back
on again.
- Reset the Timer to the correct time of day and 'Manual' operation (see Timer
Operation).
Main oven and Top oven do not
work - but the grill works.
 The Timer may be set for an Auto cooking programme:
- Check the Timer to see whether 'Auto' is lit or flashing. If it is, follow the Timer
instructions to return the Timer to 'Manual' operation (see Timer Operation).
Top oven and Grill do not work but the Main oven works.
 Operating the oven under the following conditions may cause a safety device
to operate:
- Grilling with the door closed. Always grill with the door fully open.
- Grilling for an excessively long period at maximum setting. Switch off the
appliance and allow to cool for approx 30 minutes. Switch back on and check
that the Top Oven / Grill is now operating.
Grill keeps turning on and off.
 When the grill control is operating at less than its maximum setting, the Grill
will cycle on and off, this is normal and not a fault.
Timer buzzer / bleeper operates
continually.
 The bleeper will stop automatically after several minutes. You can cancel it
by pressing the Minute Minder button at any time.
Oven temperatures too high or
too low.
 Check the selected temperature and shelf positions are as recommended
(see Temperature Charts). It may be necessary to increase or decrease the
recommended temperature slightly to suit your taste.
Oven does not cook evenly.
 Check the temperature and shelf positions are as recommended (see
Temperature Charts).
 Check the oven utensils being used allow sufficient air flow around them.
Grilling is uneven.
 Ensure that the grill pan is positioned as recommended (see Grill Charts).
Oven lamp does not work.
 Refer to 'Replacement of the Oven Lamp' (see Care and Cleaning).
Condensation on the wall at the
rear of the appliance.
 Steam and/or condensation may appear from the vent at the rear of the
appliance when using the oven (particularly for foods with a high water content
e.g. frozen chips, roast chicken etc.).
- This is normal, and any excess should be wiped off.
Steam/Condensation in the oven
after use.
 Steam is a by-product of cooking any food with a high water content. To help
minimise always:
- Try to avoid leaving food in the oven to cool after being cooked.
- Use a covered container, wherever possible.
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Service
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Before calling the Service Centre:
• Use the troubleshooting guide to see if you can
solve the problem yourself (see Troubleshooting).
• If not, turn off at the mains supply and call the
Service Centre closest to you.
What to tell the Service Centre:
• name, address and post code.
• telephone number.
• the type of problem.
• the date of purchase.
• the appliance model (Mod.).
• the serial number (S/N).
This information can be found on the data label
inside the main oven door.
Spare Parts
This is a complex appliance. Repairing it yourself or
having a non-authorised person try to repair it could
cause harm to one or more persons, could damage
the machine and could invalidate the spare parts
warranty.
Call an authorised technician if you experience
problems while using the appliance.
The spare parts have been designed exclusively for
this appliance and not for other uses.
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Disposal of your product
To minimise the risk of injury to children please
dispose of your product carefully and safely.
Remove all doors and lids. Remove the mains cable
(where fitted) by cutting off flush with the appliance
and always ensure that no plug is left in a condition
where it could be connected to the electricity
supply.
To help the environment, Local Authority instructions
should be followed for the disposal of your product.
Disposal of old electrical appliances
The European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE),
requires that old household electrical appliances
must not be disposed of in the normal unsorted
municipal waste stream. Old appliances must be
collected separately in order to optimise the
recovery and recycling of the materials they contain
and reduce the impact on human health and the
environment.
The crossed out "wheeled bin" symbol on the
product reminds you of your obligation, that when
you dispose of the appliance it must be separately
collected.
Consumers should contact their local authority or
retailer for information concerning the correct
disposal of their old appliance